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"multi-" in British English

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multi-prefix

uk   /mʌl.ti-/ us   /mʌl.ti-/ /mʌl.taɪ-/
having many: a multi-coloured skirt (= a skirt with many colours) a multi-vitamin pill
(Definition of multi- from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"multi-" in American English

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multi-prefix

us   /ˌmʌl·ti, ˌmʌl·tɑɪ/
used to add the meaning "many": multiethnic multimedia multi-million dollar
(Definition of multi- from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"multi-" in Business English

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multi-prefix

uk   /mʌlti-/ us  
used before another word to mean 'many': a multi-million-dollar budget a multi-skilled team
(Definition of multi- from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “multi-”
in Spanish mucho de algo…
in Vietnamese tiếp đầu ngữ “nhiều”…
in Malaysian berbilang…
in Thai หลาย…
in Chinese (Simplified) 多个,许多…
in Turkish çok anlamında ön ek…
in Russian много-, мульти-…
in Indonesian multi-…
in Chinese (Traditional) 多個,許多…
in Polish wielo-, multi-…
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